If you’re a bit health conscious you probably know that exercise and eating well are the most important things you can do to live a long and healthy life. It’s no surprise that this spawned a wealth of apps and tools to track. From Fitbit to halo including the apple watch and all those calorie tracking apps there is an endless supply of options. However, I’ve noticed that none of them seem to be able to link it to your grocery shopping habit.
What is the point of linking them together?
The wellness app keeps track of the exercise done, number of steps taken, heart rate if it’s linked to a watch and the user needs to enter its calorie intake and weight. Link it with a food app will help with the following. When entering calories in the app we already know what food is available and can suggest what is already in the fridge over something that is not available. Second, when trying to find a meal in a certain calorie range the food app could suggest a meal depending on that range, what needs to be eaten (protein, fat, veggies, etc.). And at the end of the day depending on how much calorie can be eaten, the app can suggest what is available for you.
Finally if there is a need to plan the meal in advance and these meals have a certain caloric threshold, the app can help choose what meal to pick, what you need to buy to make it and where to buy it.
How to make money with it?
It could be an extra service with your fitness and food tracking app. Has an individual app where you could limit the number of meals and service for free users and give everything to premium users. Example: the free version will suggest a meal, but won’t tell what missing from the user fridge.